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Come & See

John 1

Come and See Your Purpose (MISSION)

John 1 • October 7, 2018 • Brian McCormack

As we come face to face with Christ’s purpose, we also discover our own. We all want to witness greater things — that happens as we follow Jesus on his mission.

Come and See the Meaning of Relationships (COMMUNITY)

John 1 • September 30, 2018 • Josh Siegel

God is community. God invites us to community, so that we’d start communities.

Come and See a New Way to Live (WORSHIP)

John 1:35-39, 43 • September 23, 2018 • Brian McCormack

Jesus calls all us to follow him, with all we are. A life of all-encompassing response is a life of true worship. Discussion Questions: How do you make an effort to be with Jesus? To become like Jesus? To do what Jesus did? What might following cost you? Do you believe He’s worth it?

Come & See the Good News (GOSPEL)

John 1:19-51 • September 16, 2018 • Brian McCormack

Jesus is the Good News. In John 1 we see many names and titles attached to Jesus, each one enlarging our understanding of who He is and what He’s done. Come and See Jesus...every angle of Him. Discussion Questions: Which of the names/titles attached to Jesus in John 1 resonated with you most? Is Jesus your lamb? Your teacher? Your king?

Come & See What You’ve Been Searching For

John 1:14 • September 9, 2018 • Brian McCormack

The prologue to John’s Gospel is a masterpiece. When John introduces Jesus as “The Word made flesh” he is making a declaration much larger than one would initially realize. He is changing the way humanity thinks. He is changing the course of history. And he might just be changing your life. Discussion Questions: * How do you currently deal with the fear and anxiety that tries to take over when you think about the certainty of death? How does this awareness affect how you live? * If God is indeed calling you to “Come and see,” what specifically might he be wanting to show you in this season? Recommended Reading: And He Dwelt Among Us — A.W. Tozer A collection of Tozer’s sermons on the Gospel of John. Could be a great devotional supplement as we journey through John. A Brief History of Thought — Luc Ferry The book on philosophy written by French atheist referred to in this sermon. We obviously don’t endorse his conclusions, but if you’re looking to dive deep and sharpen your convictions, this could be helpful.